From the best-selling author of War Room comes a Christy Award finalist, now a Lifetime original movie called Child of Grace . "I believed everything my daddy told me until I walked into Wal-Mart and saw my picture on a little poster . . ." For as long as she can remember, June Bug and her father have traveled the back roads of the country in their beat-up RV, spending many nights parked at Wal-Mart. One morning, as she walks past the greeter at the front of the store, her eyes are drawn to the pictures of missing children, where she is shocked to see herself. This discovery begins a quest for the truth about her father, the mother he rarely speaks about, and ultimately herself. But when her father's past catches up with them, forces beyond his control draw them back to Dogwood, West Virginia, down a winding path that will change their lives forever.
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|Grouped Work ID||8c8dd754-a3b5-1b3f-7ebd-27817c11c655|
|Grouping Title||june bug|
|Grouping Author||fabry chris|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-10-31 03:52:05AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-11 04:58:31AM|
|author||Fabry, Chris, 1961-|
|detailed_location_lafayette||Lafayette General Fiction|
|display_description||June Bug believed everything her daddy told her. That is, until she walked into Wal-Mart and saw her face on a list of missing children. The discovery begins a quest for the truth about her father, the mother he rarely speaks about, and ultimately herself. A modern interpretation of Les Miserables, the story follows a dilapidated RV rambling cross-country with June Bug and her father, a man running from a haunted past. Forces beyond their control draw them back to Dogwood, West Virginia, down a winding path that will change their lives forever.|
|owning_library_lafayette||Lafayette Public Library|
|owning_location_lafayette||Lafayette Public Library|
Families -- Fiction
Fathers and daughters -- Fiction
West Virginia -- Fiction
|title_full||June bug / Chris Fabry|
June bug [electronic resource] / Chris Fabry
Fathers and daughters